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Hey ladies you guys have been great and have helped me so much since my last post I have lost 23 lb with all of your help now I'm needing a little different help I was sleeved on 05-30-2018 so I am about 7 weeks post-op in order to lose weight could you guys give me some examples of what your day would look like as far as food and drink at about 7 weeks post-op thank you for all of your support positive feedback and encouragement look forward to hearing from you all soon

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Hey ladies you guys have been great and have helped me so much since my last post I have lost 23 lb with all of your help now I'm needing a little different help I was sleeved on 05-30-2018 so I am about 7 weeks post-op in order to lose weight could you guys give me some examples of what your day would look like as far as food and drink at about 7 weeks post-op thank you for all of your support positive feedback and encouragement look forward to hearing from you all soon
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What is on your plan for 7 weeks ?
I can't remember what stage that was...

VSG2017 HW 249 SW 238 CW 167

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What is on your plan for 7 weeks ?
I can't remember what stage that was...

VSG2017 HW 249 SW 238 CW 167

That's my whole problem my doctor is not a bariatric surgeon he is a general surgeon and I never got a real plan for anything most things that I've learned I've learned from this site and you ladies so that's why I'm asking I don't know what to eat I know it's time for a change I just got off of soft foods like yogurt and I'm ready to switch to something else but I don't know what I'm I know high-protein but I don't know what to make

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That's my whole problem my doctor is not a bariatric surgeon he is a general surgeon and I never got a real plan for anything most things that I've learned I've learned from this site and you ladies so that's why I'm asking I don't know what to eat I know it's time for a change I just got off of soft foods like yogurt and I'm ready to switch to something else but I don't know what I'm I know high-protein but I don't know what to make

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Please try to get in contact with the hospital Dietician or Nutritionist ASAP, this site cannot replace medical advice, this is for socialization and support, but nutrition questions are best answered by your team, they have access to your medical history, labs, insurance, liability and have trained for this...

After soft foods like yogurt pudding etc I moved on to softer textured /pureed foods , (stage 3 I think , but every plan and time frame is different)


+ very finely pureed/chopped chicken , salmon or tuna mixed with fat free mayo to make a pâté

+very softly veggies like carrots and green Beans (they literally dissolved in your mouth soft)

+eggs (boiled, scrambled, etc)

+very ripe banana

+soft low fat cheese ( babybel, laughing cow, etc)

-no grains, no breads, no Pasta, no hard fiberous vegetables, no fruits with skins attached, no cookies/cakes/pastries, no alcohol, no added sugar,

My typical day was:

7am - 12oz coffee or tea w/ 5.5 oz premier shake (15g protein), water

830 am- 1 oikos tripled zero yogurt with tsp honey (15g protein)

930 am - Water or tea 4-8 oz

1030am - water or tea 4-8oz

11 am- water or tea 4-8oz

1230 pm- 1/4 cup (2oz?) If canned salmon finely mixed with mayo (12g Protein? Never ate it all) and 1/8 cup (1 oz?) Tender cooked carrots

130 pm- water or tea 4-8 oz

230 pm - 12 oz coffee of tea with 5.5 oz premier shake (15g protein)

330 pm- low fat cheese stick or wedge (6g protein) and boiled egg (7g protein)

430 pm- water or tea 4-8oz

530 pm- water or tea 4-8oz

630 pm- water or tea 4-8oz

730pm- oikos triple zero yogurt with 1tsp of honey (15g protein)

8pm- water or tea 4-8oz

Hope that help!

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Thank you the typical day menu was a great help kind of like a little guideline to go by I will definitely try this and see if I don't lose a little more wait anymore advice or recipes or typical day eating that you could send me I would greatly appreciate it and definitely add it thank you again that was very helpful good luck to you on your weight loss journey and look forward to hearing from you again soon by the way you can message me anytime

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Thank you the typical day menu was a great help kind of like a little guideline to go by I will definitely try this and see if I don't lose a little more wait anymore advice or recipes or typical day eating that you could send me I would greatly appreciate it and definitely add it thank you again that was very helpful good luck to you on your weight loss journey and look forward to hearing from you again soon by the way you can message me anytime
You could also call/visit websites if local hospitals that have bariatric programs and get information from them.

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oh my goodness I am just blown away according to your typical day of eating I am definitely whey overeating!!!!!!!!!! Omg !!!°°°°°°°°°° ok so I think I will try and stick with your typical day evidently I need to do some major changing I'm eating like 6 and 8 oz of Protein meats at a time

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oh my goodness I am just blown away according to your typical day of eating I am definitely whey overeating!!!!!!!!!! Omg !!!°°°°°°°°°° ok so I think I will try and stick with your typical day evidently I need to do some major changing I'm eating like 6 and 8 oz of Protein meats at a time
I think you would benefit from finding a NUT to create a plan, there's no way of knowing where you should be nutritionally without a plan. My plan was tailored to me. It may generally guide you, but please Check with a professional, this is so important because there are so many different styles of post operative plans.

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I think you would benefit from finding a NUT to create a plan, there's no way of knowing where you should be nutritionally without a plan. My plan was tailored to me. It may generally guide you, but please Check with a professional, this is so important because there are so many different styles of post operative plans.

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Yes I have a nutritionist and I am definitely going to give her a call thank you for your advice

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